The victim, Leah Sarah Bullis, was found severely beaten inside her home almost 40 years ago and was pronounced dead in the ambulance while she was being transported to a hospital, the Oxnard Police Department said.
A suspect was arrested following a string of indecent exposures in Victorville and Rancho Cucamonga over the past three months, deputies said Tuesday.Tyrone Carlis Reid Jr., 36, of Victorville, was taken into custody Monday in connection with a series of at least five incidents that began last December, San Bernardino County sheriff 's officials said in a news release.
Zeta Dhanapanth, 48, was arrested Monday and booked into jail on one count of lewd and lascivious acts on a child, one count of sodomy on a child, one count of oral copulation on a child and one count of aggravated sexual assault on a child, the Sheriff's Department said.
KFSN TV reported Jesus Antonio Castaneda Serna was arrested Sunday. He posted bail Monday.Castaneda Serna has been charged with sexual battery after allegedly performing sexual acts on two men while he served as vicar of a Fresno church, according to the Los Angeles Times. Fresno police have spoken to three alleged victims, but they believe there may be as many as 22 victims, the newspaper reported.
The incident was reported shortly before 4 p.m. at the Plaza, near Mt. Vernon Avenue and Olive Street, the Colton Police Department announced via social media.
According to KTLA, the lockdown began when a fired Netflix employee called a former colleague saying he was on the studio lot with a gun and ready to take action. The suspect was never actually on the lot, and when he was arrested, no gun was found. The early reports of an active shooter were inaccurate.Update, 8:45 pm:
The man, who was taken into custody but ultimately released without charges, was never actually on the lot, according to Los Angeles Police Department Officer Tony Im.
That person was taken into custody around 8 p.m. EST, according to KTLA, but was never actually on the lot. A Netflix employee who;d recently been fired allegedly called in a threat to a former coworker. He said he had a gun and was on the lot and ;ready to take action,; prompting the lockdown, police told KTLA.Police did not find any gun when they took the man into custody.
The 6 year old has Wilms tumor, a type of kidney cancer in children. "The chemo and radiation hasn 't worked and basically the family is now leaving it in God 's hands and praying for a miracle, " Freeport Police Chief Raymond Garivey Jr. told CNN.
President Donald Trump heads into his State of the Union address dogged by bruising midterm losses and sinking poll numbers, wounded by a blistering standoff with Democrats. But for the stately speech, he plans to embrace unity at least for the night.
Donald Vincent Ciota II, 28, also faces an allegation of using a firearm as a deadly weapon.
A police officer in Bossier City, Louisiana, has been arrested after allegedly filming himself having sex with an animal, authorities announced Thursday.Terry Yetman, 38, was arrested on Dec. 19 and charged with 20 counts of sexual abuse of animals by performing sexual acts with an animal, and 20 counts of filming sexual acts with an animal, according to the Louisiana State Police.
The family of a 22 year old autistic Georgia man who went overboard on a Mexico bound cruise says he was traveling with a nonprofit organization that works with disabled adults.
The discovery was made about 4:15 p.m. at Valley View Elementary School, 6921 Woodrow Wilson Drive, school police officials said.
The incident began to unfold about 8:10 a.m., when Los Angeles Police Department officers responded to a battery call at the 24 Hour Fitness gym at 6380 Sunset Blvd., at a complex where the ArcLight theater is also located.The suspect was apparently involved in some sort of confrontation with an employee at the gym, which prompted the 911 call, Detective Meghan Aguilar said.
The victims were trampled outside the event at Shoe Palace, on the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue, where attendees said they had lined up five to six hours before rapper Phora showed up.The Anaheim artist had invited fans to meet him at 7 p.m. at the shoe store, where he said he would be giving out free merchandise and shoes in a message posted to his Facebook page Sunday night.
Now that Beyonce and Jay Z are off the road, another power couple is taking their place: Hillary and Bill Clinton.
The California Highway Patrol began receiving reports at 4:47 a.m. about a driver traveling south on the northbound side of the highway, Sgt. David Eadie told KTLA. About a minute later, the agency was alerted about a two vehicle collision at the location.Officers responded and arrived to one of the vehicles on fire, but they managed to put it out with a fire extinguisher, Eadie said.
CicLAvia, an initiative modeled on a weekly car free tradition started in Colombia, helped the orchestra arrange the event, with performances and other activities slated from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. between the Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown to the Hollywood Bowl.Participants gathered at six hubs on Grand Avenue near Pershing Square, at MacArthur Park, on Wilshire Boulevard near Vermont Avenue in Koreatown, on Melrose Avenue near Windsor Boulevard, on Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street and at the Hollywood Bowl, where the L.A. Philharmonic and the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles were scheduled to perform. Katy Perry and Herbie Hancock also planned to make appearances, organizers said.
The ban, authored by Sen. Cathleen Galgiani (D Stockton), will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020, and will apply only to cosmetics tested on animals after that date. It allows exceptions when a federal authority, such as the Food and Drug Administration, requires animal testing.The measure passed easily in the Legislature last month after late amendments reduced its scope, removing most opposition. Prior to those amendments, some opponents had worried the ban would hurt business in China, which requires animal testing for health reasons. The amended law allows manufacturers to test products on animals to meet foreign regulations, as long as those tests are not used to confirm a product s safety in California.